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   The excitement of a New Orleans Mardi Gras...the unique blend of French, African, American, and French-Canadian cultures is reflected in its Creole and Cajun cultures...the birthplace of jazz...exotic cuisine delights...baronial plantations...the National WWII Museum...all of this and more makes the “Pelican State” a tourists delight!

Here are a few of the must-see attraction in Louisiana:

  • When the topic of visiting Louisiana comes up, most people talk about how they would love to see the Mardi Gras that happens in New Orleans. A massive parade of more than 1,00 floats, gala balls, and a colorful street scene that must be experienced to fully appreciate are the reasons why the annual Mardi Gras draws visitors from all across the nation and the globe. The festival begins on the weekend that leads up to the Tuesday before Ash Wednesday. Don’t forget to visit Mardis Gras World, where you can see artists and craftsmen build the floats. For more fun facts about this event, stop by the Mardis Gras Museum located in Lake Charles.
  • New Orleans' French Quarter. The home of many buildings that are more than 300 years old, the architecture of The French Quarter is one of the most famous parts of New Orleans. When the street action of the Mardie Gras is shown, there are legions of revelers on the many iron balconies that extend over the tourist-filled sidewalks below. There is so much to do in the French Quarter. Shopping venues, specialty restaurants, taking in the sights and sounds of the area, and enjoying the wild entertainment are all right here. The famous Bourbon Street has a never-ending energy vibe that beats year-round. North Rampart Street is less somewhat less hectic but offers a nice change of pace with its numerous historic buildings. Jazz aficionados will love the many Jazz clubs that are packed on Royal Street. And don’t leave the area without a visit to the New Orleans Cemetery and gaze at the exquisite stone crypts and mausoleums built above the ground to guard against flooding. Glance at the tomb of Marie Laveau-a New Orleans legend referred to as the “Queen of Voodoo” because of her hauntingly potent voodoo practice.
  • Louisiana State Capital. Located in Baton Rouge, this art deco accomplishment has been the site of a bombing, assassination, and the place where Louisiana politicians and influencers have given the state the reputation of deeply entrenched corruption and populism. The art deco rotunda is a dazzling sight to behold. The first floor is absolutely stunning, with its beautiful marble and the solid bronze doors leading to the chambers of the House and Senate. Discover the many bizarre conspiracy theories regarding the shooting of Governor Long and check out the two unfilled bullet holes still intact from the shooting. Amazingly, there is still a wood shard embedded in the ceiling of the Senate, a vivid memento of the dynamite bomb planted and detonated in 1970. Don’t forget to climb up to the observation deck and enjoy the panoramic views of Baton Rouge, the plants, and the West Bank of the river. If it is a clear day you may be able to see the Mississippi River! Finally, there is a rumor that the building is haunted, so stay on guard!
  • Old State Capitol. While you are in Baton Rouge, don’t overlook a stop at the Old State Capitol. Built in 1849, the building is perched on a hill overlooking the Mississippi River in downtown Baton Rouge and resembles an old castle with its two massive towers. The building is home to a political history museum, which includes artifacts, documents, and interactive exhibits that explore the state's long, rich history. Experience the "Ghost of the Castle" presentation, which is a 4-D experience hosted by the apparition of Sarah Morgan, an authentic Civil War-era figure who loved the castle. Sarah’s ghost will relive the building’s history that is illustrated by floating images from the past. The old capital has a well-stocked gift shop with many artistic items, books, and other souvenirs. The best news? Free admission!
  • National WWII Museum. WWII is often referred to as “the war that changed the world”, and this museum is the place to discover fascinating facts about the conflict that are little-known. You will see every aspect of the war, land, sea, and air, in both the European and Pacific Theaters. The "Road to Berlin," exhibit offers fully recreated realistic battle zones complete with sights and sounds. The museum tells the tale of the war through human stories, interactive displays, 4D videos, and original artifacts including war machines that bring history to life. Exhibits include personal stories and photos, as well as a large collection of artifacts, including soldiers' personal items. Don’t forget to view the US Freedom Pavilion for a close look at preserved war machines and a somber stroll through the galleries that honor American servicemen. Take plenty of time to browse artifacts, take in the interactive displays, and pay silent homage to our fallen warriors.
  • St. Martin de Tours Catholic Church St. Martin. Located in St. Martinville, this Catholic church was established in 1765. The present structure was built in 1836 and has an 1883 replica of the Grotto of Lourdes. The church is home to the grave of Emmeline Labiche, thought to be the heroine of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's poem Evangeline. Evangeline’s statue stands in the churchyard.
  • Melrose Plantation. Come and discover the two-hundred-year history of the stately Melrose Plantation. Located in Natchitoches, The Melrose Plantation was originally known as Yucca Plantation when it was owned by Marie Thérèse and Claude Thomas Pierre Metoyer, both freed slaves. Yucca House, found on the grounds, was built in the 1790s and is a unique blend of a West Indies Creole plantation house with early Greek Revival features. A National Historic Landmark, Melrose Plantation contains nine historic buildings including the African House, Yucca House, Weaving Cabin, Bindery, and the Big House.
  • Laura Plantation. One tourist commented that “there is just something so alluring about this place” and that’s so true. It is jam-packed with history and shows the perspectives of all the lives involved in the life of the Laura Plantation. The estate was built in 1805 and is a captivating journey back in time. A sugarcane plantation for 180 years, the house still contains the original furniture from that era and offers an exhibit that describes the riveting details of the lives and stories of the slaves who worked the plantation fields.
  • DeQuincy Railroad Museum. The four-hour drive from New Orleans to DeQuincy is well-worth the time when you explore The DeQuincy Railroad. Constructed in 1923, the railroad is located in the old Kansas City Southern Depot. This noble old building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is filled with a variety of arcane railroad equipment and related memorabilia. Exhibits include an amazing collection of museum quality Gauge 1 model steam and diesel engines built by master model craftsmen. And don’t forget to check out the museum's 1913 steam locomotive and a 1947 Pullman passenger coach, as well as two cabooses.
  • Vermilionville. Located in Lafayette, Vermilionville is the place to discover the traditions and heritage of Acadian settlers of the late 18th and early 19th centuries. To add to this colorful experience, costumed craftspeople and historians demonstrate skills and folk crafts that have been maintained and passed-down from past generations. See what it was like for the 18th-century Acadian settlers in this 23-acre village and stop at the restaurant to enjoy Cajun and Creole food. It’s like a step back in time.
  • Rosedown Plantation and Gardens Located 2 hours northwest of New Orleans in Francisville, The Rosedown Plantation is a State Historic Site that has a reputation of being an extremely well preserved domestic Southern plantations. It offers a realistic glimpse at the lifestyles of plantation owners and slaves alike during the mid 19th century in the South. The landscaping on the grounds is breathtakingly scenic, so don’t forget to take pictures.
  • Sci-Port Discovery Center. Located in Shreveport, the Sci-Port Discovery Center is a science and entertainment center featuring science, math, and space exhibits. The laser SPACE DOME Planetarium is a feature of IMAX Dome Theatre and makes the night sky come alive. Well-worth seeing, especially for the kids!
  • USS Kidd and Veterans Memorial. Located in Baton Rouge, The USS Kidd is named for Rear Admiral Isaac Campbell Kidd, Sr., who was killed during the attack on Pearl Harbor. The KIDD was active during WWII and the Korean Conflict and after it was decommissioned has since been used in several films and TV productions. The KIDD is the only surviving US destroyer still in her World War II configuration, and that alone makes a climb aboard the ship a memorable experience. The museum has the story of the KIDD, as well as nautical items and memorabilia. See how our sailors lived and performed in the intense naval battles during World War II, and how the ship earned the nickname of “The Pirate of the Pacific.”

These are just a few of the many must-see attractions that Louisiana has to offer. But to fully enjoy and appreciate your time spent in the “Bayou State” you must be feeling healthy and energetic.

And that’s where our clinic comes in

Don’t let a lack of pep and vigor hold you back

There are many reasons people do not travel:

  • I’m too busy

  • It’s too expensive

  • I can’t go alone

  • I have small children

  • I’m afraid to fly

  • I’m worried about safety

But there is another reason lurking under the surface: many folks are too tired, too exhausted, and too stressed even to plan a trip, let alone take one.

That’s sad. That’s pathetic. And it is also easy to remedy by restoring your good health!

Travel makes you a more interesting person.

Travel expands your horizons and exposes you to new things. New people. New locations. New experiences.

And Louisiana is certainly no exception to this rule. Every attraction described above does not even begin to describe all that the “Creole State” has to offer.

And proper hormone balance is crucial

At our Louisiana clinics, we specialize in hormone replacement therapy. Human Growth Hormone (HGH), and testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) are our primary therapies. But we are dedicated to enhancing your health at all levels. Our Louisiana clinics offer detailed guidance in nutrition, fitness, stress reduction, and both over-the-counter and pharmaceutical-grade supplements.

We are indeed a “one-stop station” in all health matters. Contact us for a free, no-obligation discussion that will give you the energy to experience life to the fullest.

And that includes travel!

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